Campbell Union High School District
Prospect High School was Aedis’ first K-12 Mass Timber project. The school was transformed with the addition of two, single story buildings and approximately 1.5 acres of site work that
seamlessly connects with the existing campus and adds approximately 20,000 SF of indoor and outdoor learning areas.
The importance of nature and biophilia for student health and wellness was a major focus for this project and the designs truly reflect that commitment. A strong indoor-outdoor connection was woven into the design, and Cross Laminated Timber, a natural, renewable, sustainable, and low carbon footprint material, was used for the roof structure. It creates a warm, pleasant and biophilic space that promotes an increase in student performance as well as boosts the energy level and overall well-being of the occupants.
Maker Spaces and Science Labs
Outdoor Collaboration Spaces for Extended Learning